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bundleplugin
bundlerepository
commons
configadmin
coordinator
dependencymanager
deploymentadmin
deviceaccess
doap
eventadmin
examples
fileinstall
framework.security
framework
gogo
http
httplite
installers
io
ipojo
jaas
javax.servlet
jmood
jmxintrospector
log
main.distribution
main
maven-obr-plugin
metatype
mishell
mosgi
org.apache.felix.daemon
org.osgi.compendium
org.osgi.core
org.osgi.foundation
org.osgi.service.obr
pom
prefs
resolver
scr
scrplugin
service
servicebinder
shell.gui.plugin
shell.gui
shell.remote
shell.tui
shell
sigil
src/site
tools
transaction
upnp
useradmin
utils
webconsole-plugins
webconsole
wireadmin
.gitignore
build.xml
build_run.sh
check_staged_release.sh
pom.xml
readme.txt
stage_existing_artifact.sh

readme.txt

***********************
* Apache Felix README *
***********************

This document is basically a catch-all for general information about the Apache
Felix project.  It is anticipated that this document will be updated from time
to time with new information.

SVN PROJECT STRUCTURE

The Apache Felix project has the following directory structure in order to organize
the project's varied product artifacts.

+ framework
+ sandbox
+ tools

The *framework* directory contains the source and build tree for the OSGi-compliant
framework implementation.  It is, of course, the primary product of this project.

The *sandbox* directory contains a directory tree whereby project committers can 
store various experimental and working versions of code.  Each committer that wishes
to utilize the sandbox should create a subdirectory named after his/her apache username.

e.g.

- sandbox
  + erodriguez
  + rickhall
  + tbennett

The *tools* directory contains a directory tree for various tools that may be developed
in association with this project.  One such tool is the maven-osgi-plugin currently under
development for the MAVEN2 build system.  A tools directory may itself have multiple
products each requiring their own directory.

e.g.

- tools
  - maven2
    + maven-osgi-plugin

As the project matures, we certainly may see other directories created to organize other
types of products.
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